We got an excellent deal - £99 for two nights including a full English breakfast and wine on arrival. The location was fantastic. In a pretty and quiet square off Earls Court, where there are many shops, pubs, places to eat. Just three minutes walk from the tube station too!
It is a little tired and traditional inside. It's not going to wow you with it's decor but if you're looking for excellent friendly, polite customer service with such a convenient location and good price, then I can't see people complaining.
The floor boards were so creaky but it's a big old house.
The beds were two large singles pushed together (but I've found this in quite a few hotels) and they were extremely comfortable.
The TV was mounted on the wall and worked perfectly.
There are tea making facilities. No fridge in the room unfortunately but fresh milk for tea could be requested at the bar if you're like me and just have to have that in your tea first thing :) Also available on request is room service and sandwiches and snacks, all on a 24 hour a day service.
There is a lift aswell as stairs you'll be glad to know as it's four floors high.
Breakfast is on until 11, or 11.30 at weekends. There's a buffet breakfast and additional full English. I found the cooked breakfast of low quality but it did the job and I still enjoyed it. The bread rolls, butter, cheese, ham, tomato, orange juice were all fantastic.
The wifi worked really well - just as good as at home. I was given a password on arrival which worked throughout my stay. It's also free. There's a computer by the bar if you're stuck, too.
Check out was 11am which I found to be nicely considerate - nothing worse than being kicked out at 9.30am!
Every member of staff I encountered was friendly and polite. They're a credit to the hotel. They also offer to look after your luggage after check out (for free)
I found the hotel comfortable, quite homely in a way and it was the perfect place for me to relax after a lot of sightseeing and shopping.
It's the perfect place for business, couples, families, meeting up with friends or staying on your own. less